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This BLOG is dedicated to seeking the truth about contemporary cultural issues and exposing the lies, double-standards, and hypocrisy that are running amok today.
Why was the home of former President Trump raided on August 8? Of course, we all want to believe justice is applied equally and nobody is above the law–not even the president. Nonetheless, some are still above the law. It is also clear the former president himself has been investigated more than anyone else inContinue reading “Trump Raid Demonstrates We Live in a Banana Republic”
Roe v Wade was overturned in June and that ruling sent the decision on whether or not to allow abortions back to the states. Missouri was the first state to totally ban abortion (Missouri’s law was actually passed in 2019; there was an automatic trigger that kicked in after the decision). Kansas was the firstContinue reading “What Just Happened in Kansas?”
The J6 Committee wrapped up hearings in late July. If you want to know what actually happened January 6, 2021, I suggest not relying solely on this committee. We learned this committee is not intent on uncovering the truth. Many others have dug deep into the problems of January 6 (from varying perspectives); below, IContinue reading “What Did We Learn from the January 6 Committee?”
Two stories, juxtaposed in the news this week, demonstrate the lie we live with continually. America today is not a racist country. Americans are as tolerant a people as has ever lived and we live in a society as diverse as any that has ever existed. The political elites want it to be a racistContinue reading “Sesame Place and the Lie of Systemic Racism”
COVID has been with us for two-and-a-half years. Life for many of us returned to normal long ago, yet, COVID still remains a topic of discussion. Why is it still top-of-mind for so many? Governments remain poised to re-institute restrictions as COVID cases remain stubbornly high in the US. Are they going to do aContinue reading “COVID Remains. Don’t Run in Circles, and Scream and Shout”
Recently, I wrote of the affirmation of Coach Joe Kennedy’s right to pray at mid-field after contests. I said this eight-year battle for this simple, Constitutionally protected right is not a harbinger that confirms your worst fears of Christians. Like many commenting on my posts, this person’s distaste for religious views seems prejudicial and unhealthy:Continue reading “The Normalization of Delusion”
After recent posts on abortion, transgenderism, and the right to pray, I am criticized as a religious zealot, one attempting to impose my religious doctrine on others, one who believes Christianity should be advanced over other religions by our government, and one who would not act consistently to protect other faiths. My critics are oftenContinue reading “Do You Have Hope? Where Does it Come From?”
High School Coach Joe Kennedy was fired from his job at Bremerton (Washington) High School for praying at the 50-yard line immediately after each game. The coach engaged in this practice for nearly eight years (win or lose) until local officials determined it to be a threat to good order. Namely, they saw this asContinue reading “Freedom to Pray is Upheld. Why was it ever Threatened?”
I was told the following by a critic regarding the Roe v Wade overturning. It is a rather dumbfounding statement, but it represents the views of many, so I think should be addressed seriously: You are basically requiring that I explain Newton’s Laws of Motion to you. I should not have to do that. AnContinue reading “Overturning Roe v Wade: a Return to Federalism and Democracy”
Dr Fauci seems a good choice to lead our COVID response: he has as much experience with infectious disease as anyone, having led the response to AIDS and been a director at the National Institute of Health (NIH) for a long while. Still, the results have been awful. The U.S. ranks 17th worldwide in COVIDContinue reading “Disastrous COVID Policy”
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